The Drag Queens Ball Culture


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The Drag Queens Ball Culture
The drag queens ball culture has been somewhat of an enigma for years in academic and social circles. But in recent years, researchers and psychologists have begun addressing important questions about this social phenomenon. One such question concerns how the drag queens ball culture is used by drag queens and gay men to fit into or emulate the straight society culture. Accordingly, the following discussion examines the subject by providing a description, explanation, and analysis of the stated question. The current report, that is, describes the types of emulative behaviors that characterize the drag queens ball culture while also providing theoretical explanations and analysis concerning why drag queens and...
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